The goal of coaching and feedback is to help employees be their best. One of the best ways managers can do this is to engage employees in discussions about their performance to help them arrive at deeper self-awareness.
So what do you do when an employee has a worldview of their performance that has nothing to do with your reality?
Ignore their perspective, and your ROI on the conversation is the equivalent of talking to a government clerk with 30 years experience about the finer points of the Nordstrom customer experience program – while you’re still 3rd in line at the DMV.
On January 23rd, Kinetix CHRO Kris Dunn and HRU Technical Resources President Tim Sackett (who are also two of the bright minds behind the Fistful of Talent blog) will give a comprehensive breakdown of the five faces managers see during performance reviews.
Kris and Tim will break down the five personas – including the Star, the Diva, the Deflector, the 9 to 5 and the Upwardly Mobile – and how to identify them. He’ll then explain how managers can engage each of these personas to maximize performance discussions and drive higher performance.
Join us for the webinar January 23, 2018
Presenters: Kris Dunn, Chief Human Resources Officer for Kinetix and Tim Sackett, President of HRU Technical Resources
Date: January 23, 2018
Time: 9am EDT
This webcast is designed to help HR and managers bridge the perception gap between how a manager thinks the employee is doing, and how the employee actually perceives their own performance.
Register for The Five Faces Managers See During Performance Reviews webinar and learn how your coaching and communication skills are a key tool for maximizing organizational performance.